Teton County/Jackson

Recreation Center Expansion

Originally built in 1994, this renovation and expansion of the Teton County recreation center meets the growing needs of the town.

Location:
Jackson, WY
Owner:
Teton County
Architect:
Perkins & Will

46,000

Total Square Feet

Elevating recreation in Jackson

The Big Picture

This 38,000-square-foot addition includes a new gymnasium with an indoor elevated running track, climbing gym, multi-purpose cardio and exercise equipment studios, and daycare facilities. The 3,000-square-foot outdoor projects include a zero-depth splash pad and patio, a recycling collection facility, and the extension of King Street across the west side of the project, including relocation of site utilities. 

The recreation center project includes the 5,000-square-foot renovation of existing office spaces, and addition of newer office spaces, meeting rooms, and consultation spaces.

GE Johnson is providing self-perform work for the demolition, concrete, rough carpentry, specialties, and doors and hardware. Our self-perform work includes all foundational work and a large portion of the demolition. The area is prone to labor shortages due to isolation and having a solid group of skilled, multi-dimensional craft in the area helped GE Johnson differentiate itself in the market and get the project work completed on time.

Ingenuity in Action

GE Johnson worked closely with the Town of Jackson and the recreation center team to ensure public safety throughout the renovations and within a restricted space with town lifeline utilities. The entrance and lobby o the existing recreation center were relocated to accommodate the construction work. The south parking lot was sequenced for completion by the end of summer to provide a close and safe parking area for recreation center patrons during the winter.

- 30
Degrees temperatures reached during the winter
431
Micro pile systems, 28 feet deep
The little details
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